Each year, Diagram Prize honors the weirdest recent book title in print. Take a look at the latest honoree, which was announced Friday, and all the winners dating back to 1993.
2014: How to Poo on a Date: The Lovers' Guide to Toilet Etiquette
2013: Goblinproofing One's Chicken Coop
2012: Cooking with Poo
2011: Managing a Dental Practice the Ghengis Khan Way
2010: Crocheting Adventures with Hyperbolic Planes
2009: The 2009–2014 World Outlook for 60-milligram Containers of Fromage Frais
2008: If You Want Closure in Your Relationship, Start with Your Legs
2007: The Stray Shopping Carts of Eastern North America
2006: How People Who Don't Know They're Dead Attach Themselves To Unsuspecting Bystanders and What To Do About It
2005: Bombproof Your Horse: Teach Your Horse to Be Confident, Obedient and Safe No Matter What You Encounter
2004: The Big Book of Lesbian Horse Stories
2003: Living with Crazy Buttocks
2002: Butterworths Corporate Manslaughter Service (No image available)
2001: Designing High-Performance Stiffened Structures
2000: Weeds in a Changing World: British Crop Protection Council Symposium Proceedings No. 64 (No image available)
1999: Developments in Dairy Cow Breeding: New Opportunities to Widen the Use of Straw (No image available)
1998: The Joy of Sex: Pocket Edition
1997: Greek Rural Postmen and Their Cancellation Numbers
1996: Reusing Old Graves: A Report on Popular British Attitudes
1995: Highlights in the History of Concrete (No image available)
1994: American Bottom Archaeology
1993: How to Avoid Huge Ships
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